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The long road to understanding homeobox genes in the nervous system

Posted by on October 1st, 2020

Following the initial discovery of the homeobox in the 1980s in invertebrates and then vertebrates, it became quickly clear that homeobox genes come in two flavors – that of the Antennapedia-like HOX cluster genes and that of the many more non-clustered genes with diverse sequence and expression features (Gehring, 1998). One theme that became evident[…]

Now we need arrest… A long journey into the end-of-flowering

Posted by on June 29th, 2020

By Tom Bennett & Catriona Walker   25th May 2020: Publication TB: The joy of seeing an article finally published is always slightly tempered by the long-drawn out process of peer review, re-writing, re-submission, re-review, proof-reading, required to get to that point. But the publication of our article ‘Auxin export from proximal fruit drives arrest[…]